Cigarettes and cash the target for thieves smashing their way into service stations in the small hours.
Counties Manukau Health is warning businesses to avoid scammers claiming to work for a magazine.
The weird and wonderful world of Auckland Airport's lost and found.
Area commander denies media reports that two stations in east Auckland face closure.
A new dog safety app will teach children and parents eight core lessons about dog safety.
Just how close did New Zealand come to being invaded during World War II? A gun emplacement in suburban Auckland serves as a reminder.
Paint brushes are flying as artists work to brighten one of South Auckland's darkest places.
Ormiston Senior College students have gone out of their way to raise funds for Cancer Society New Zealand.
The Half Moon Bay ferry park and ride may not cover early sailings as those are near capacity, AT says.
Samuel and Benjamin Lyford have raised over $25,000 during Shave for a Cure and are top of the national leaderboard.
Skeptics pan claims a bouncing torch is proof of a ghost.
Geranium avenue, Flat Bush has become the scene of a mass rubbish dumping, much to the disgust of local residents.
Deputy Prime Minister Bill English has been given the grand tour of GMP Pharmaceuticals' brand new East Tamaki facility.
Middlemore Hospital is so over-run it has established a hotline so GPs can call before referring patients.
MIT is on the hunt for a new leader.
New ambulance to be purchased after funds are donated from an East Auckland trust named after Sir William Stevenson.
Divya Dhar has a long list of awards and scholarships under her belt and 2016 is proving to be no exception.
The Howick Local Board has released proposals to transform the previous Greenmount Landfill site at East Tamaki into a native forest alongside leisure areas, children's play and fitness facilities, an off-leash dog area, walking and cycling tracks and access to the summit.
A new dialysis clinic in Mangere is the only one in New Zealand to be run through a public/private partnership.
The changing face of construction is clear to see at the site of the new Ormiston Junior College.